Providing students with opportunities to engage with our international community.
The Oxford Society for International Development (OxSID) is a young, fast-growing student-run society founded in 2017.
We aim to promote and facilitate discussion of the challenges and advances within the field of International Development amongst students at the University of Oxford. Previous speakers include members of NGOs such as Reporters without Borders, board members from leading UK think tanks, senior officials from the UN in New York, a co-founder of Extinction Rebellion and the Permanent Secretary of the UK’s Department for International Development.
With the epidemic of HIV/AIDS ongoing in the continent of Africa for the past century, many initiatives have been made in effort to combat this dire health concern. Backing many … Continue reading Religious Institutions and Conservation Efforts in Africa
The Republic of Mali, home to more than 20 million people, is a landlocked country in West Africa. Since the outbreak of the Mali War in 2012, the country has … Continue reading Mali: Conflict, Political Instability and Future Conflict
Marnie speaks with Andrea Philippi who works for Peace for Women Across the Globe. Started in 2008 this organisation is committed to the active participation of women in peace processes … Continue reading Feminism and Development: How can women get involved with peace negotiations?